PARIS, June 29 (Reuters) - PSA Peugeot Citroen sees the flow of component supplies from Japan returning to normal, its chief executive said on Wednesday. "Things are progressively getting back in order," Philippe Varin said at a conference on the car industry in Paris. "If there were big changes, we would have told you," he said as he confirmed disruptions in Japan would cost the French car maker 150 million euros ($212.4 million) in the first half. ($1=.7062 Euro) (Reporting by Gilles ...
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